Ramon Maria is a balding middle aged widower who works as a trumpet player in a burlesque show band. One day he wakes up and finds that his body has compensated for its earlier lethargy by bequeathing the puzzled Don Juan with a massive, never ending erection. This is a baudy/intellectual tale of one man's struggle against a permanent erection.
The Crying of the Wind and The Living Stones make up British Surrealist Ithell Colquhoun's unique memoirs and travelogues, reprinted for the first time since 1957, now with an introduction by acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee. In The Crying of the Wind Colquhoun's travels in Ireland provide a fascinating and romantic key to the country's Celtic past.
Hermann Hesse's classic novel in a new and improved edition of the collectible Cased Classics series, now features a trompe l'oeil die-cut dust jacket, over a stunning work by British contemporary artist Andy Harper.